Holy month Ramadan Kareem 2023 (رمَضَان كريم), one of the most beautiful mornings is saying welcome to the Muslims. Only a few days left in the Islamic month of Ramadan.
Hadith al Qudsi is the hadith which is from Allah Almighty. It has been reported by the way of Abu Hurayrah (RA) that the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) described what Allah Azzawajal, said in a Hadith Al-Qudsi:
“All services of the son of Adam (AS) are for him except fasting. It is for Me, and I will reward him for it.
Fasting is a shield for a Muslim from bad deeds. On the day you fast, do not use vulgarity, nor shout at others, or act rudely towards any of them. However, if anyone abuses you verbally during the fasting or attempts to draw you to fight with him, say ‘I am fasting’ two times. This is the best answer in the Ramadan Kareem. Allah Tala will give you a lot of rewards for this, Insha’Allah.
Further, the last messenger of Allah, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) states: I swore by the One (Allah) in Whose Hand is the soul of Muhammad, the breath of the faster is sweeter to Allah on the Day of Judgment than the scent of musk. The fasting person experiences enjoyment twice: he is pleased when he breaks his fast, and he is pleased when he meets his Maker” (Muslim).
So one should have to think about this how important is fasting for a Muslim. As Muslims, we must fast during the Ramadan Kareem ( رمَضَان كريم) and recite Ramadan Dua day 18, a lot throughout the day.
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This is absolutely certain that, there is only one motive why a believer will try himself through this ordeal or try physical exercise. The only answer to this question is that everything is to seek the pleasure of Allah (SWT).
The fast is one of the most important devices to test the Iman, or faith, of the believer. The fast is also a test regarding the depth of his sincerity and commitment to the belief of Tawhid, the Oneness of Allah Talaa.
The blessed month of Ramadan Kareem Dua day 18 is given below. You can find this lovely Ramadan Dua of day 18 in Arabic text in image format. The English version of this beautiful Ramadan 18-day Dua is also given below.
Happy Blessed Ramadan Dua Day 18 in Arabic
Holy month Ramadan Kareem 2023 Dua Day 18 in English
English Translation: ALLAH, on this day, make me love goodness, and dislike corruption and disobedience, bar me from anger and the fire [of Hell], by Your help, O the helper of those who seek help.
This is a beautiful Ramadan Dua day 18. In this Ramadan Dua, a believer is requesting from Allah. Allah always makes me like good deeds and I have to say goodbye to corruption forever. My heart is like to dislike corruption.
Further, it is stated in Ramadan’s 18th day Dua, that Allah I want to become obedient to You. I want to keep myself away from your anger and the fire of Hell. You are the real and only alone helper to those who look for Your help.
Happy Month Ramadan Kareem 2023 (رمَضَان كريم) Quotes
Ramadan Is Not Temporary Increase Of Religious Practice,
It Is A Glimpse Of What You Are Capable Of Doing Every day.
Wishing Uh smiles & all things nice.
May this EID brings all the comforts,
Uh have ever wanted, & all the joy, fun
and laughter Uh have ever wished.
Some words can be left unsaid,
Some feeling can be left unexpressed,
But a person like Uh can never be forgotten on this day
Happy Ramadan 2023.
I Thank Allah Who Has Kept Us Up To Now To Be Able To Celebrate This Special Day.
I Also Thank Him For His Blessings And All He Has Done For Us.
May this Ramadan,
Be a fruitful one to you and your family
Ramadan Kareem Mubarak.
“It is by Allah’s grace that this far we have come; so offer Zakah with a smile on your face as you stay true to your fast. Happy Ramadan Kareem!”
Allah (swt) says in a hadith qudsi, “Every deed of the son of Adam is for him except fasting; it is for Me and I shall reward for it…” (Bukhari, Muslim).
Periodic fasting can help clear up the mind and strengthen the body and the spirit.
By: Ezra Taft Benson
Do not be a servant of Ramadan. Be a servant of Allah. Be consistent. A Blessed and Happy Ramadan Kareem 2023.
“May Allah accept our Good deeds, fast, prayers and forgive our sins.” A Blessed and Happy Ramadan Kareem.